Writer: Martha I. Fernandez

From the Editor

On July 20, 1990, I had my Quinceñera. My family packed up the trunk of our blue station wagon, tied down too many suitcases on the car roof and made a three-day trek south across the San Antonio border and through the arid deserts of Mexico.

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1966: Making Morbid Mischief

Today, the University of La Verne is centered on academics. Most people leave the boundaries of the University to go “hang out.” But for the La Verne College of 1966, on campus student activity was as rampant as apathy is today.

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